Writing the perfect dating profile description is not as hard as one may think.
Also, don’t be defiantly obstinate, so avoid saying something like “I have a child, and you need to be ok with that to date me.”Rather, frame your life and your experiences positively, offering something like “I am the proud parent of an incredible son, and I’m looking to find a great person that is open to eventually being an incredible influence in my child’s life.”No matter what your life experiences might be, frame them positively, unapologetically and if it was a previous vice or sin, demonstrate how God has helped you grow into a more reflecting, sincere and honest person.
In this way, your profile will not only increase your matches, but it might even serve as a witness for the transformative character of God.
Not only is this a waste of valuable time, it also destroys rapport, a notion that is key to meeting in person. Nothing is worse than a desperate man, woman or desperate anything really.
While it may sting your pride to get fewer matches, know that they are higher quality matches as a result of your screening.
Too many online daters try to hide or obfuscate potential hindrances to dating such as a recent weight gain or children.
As an example, imagine you are a widower with a child. Nobody appreciates deception, particularly in online dating where the vetting process is already difficult enough.For example, I’m a writer, and before meeting my girlfriend of one year now, I referenced that with humor in my profile.After mentioning what I do, I wrote something to the effect of “Shakespearean sonnets are the future of pick-up lines.You heard it here first.”Admittedly, you might bristle at finding that line a bit cheesy.More importantly, it’s unique and it’s memorable, and you’d be amazed at the amount of messages I got from women jokingly “requesting” a sonnet. For template purposes, make a witty joke about what you do in a way that makes you seem fun and eye-catching, and you’ll be amazed at the quality responses that you get.Keeping your intentions locked away in your head does no good for you or your readers.